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As part of the JISC Funded 'Supporting and Embedding CPD for BCE project', a working group, led by JISC and AURIL are developing a Continuing Professional Development framework for Business and Community Engagement organisations and practitioners. We have now prepared a first draft of the framework and this is set out in the attached slides.
<p>You are invited to play a key role in the development of the new framework by providing an external perspective and helping to ensuring that the framework is fit for purpose by validating it.
You can do so by reviewing the slides and completing a short online survey at LINK TO BE ADDED by 12 January 2012. The survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete.
Business and Community Engagement includes knowledge transfer/exchange, Employer Engagement, Public Engagement, Lifelong Learning
The Engagement ImperativeUK research – innovation gapImpact of UK research and educationTranslation across disciplines & boundariesClient/partner-focus Service driven, problem-solving......Requires a demanding skill set Opportunities for sector and for UK PLC
Updating skills and expertise – explain what CPD is?CPD for BCE – whyAURIL’s role in this
5 interlinking , inter-dependent triangles. We work in all.Outer specialised “delivery” areas of Economic and Social benefit supported by Internal BenefitEach of those with top level Aims & Drivers, delivered through Activities & Processes which need Knowledge & Skills to operate effectively. Clients can be in allCommon to all Delivery benefits are core personal qualities/ attributes and three key abilities – Relationships, Communications and Leadership
Activities & Processes deliver the Aims and Drivers. There are core Activities & Processes common to all. Do we have the main generic headings embraced?
The Knowledge & Skills required to ensure the Activities & Processes are completed effectively. There are core knowledge & skills common to all.Have we missed anything?
CPD for BCE Framework Survey
Making an Impact -A New CPD Framework for our sector December 2011
Need to Engage• UK research – innovation gap – getting knowledge out from universities and PSREs• Impact of UK research and education• Translation across disciplines & boundaries• Client/partner-focus• Service driven, problem-solving• ......Requires a new skill setOpportunities for sector and for UK PLC
Great Feedback, BUT a Wake Up Call• Our roles not fully embedded• Our worth not fully valued• There is no real career path• Some respondents − don’t understand aims − think only more experience is needed
Logic Case Study – Young People• Delivering Social Benefit – new audience engaged in knowledge flows – e.g. target communities engaged with, to access information generated by research and inform research process• Specific Aims and Drivers – could be depending on the research/messages being promoted – cultural enrichment, quality of life, wellbeing, access to education• Specific Activities and Processes – accessing events/festivals, access students, widening participation e.g. using existing social networks through students/ events and festivals to access online social media networks, and develop and repackage research to give messages in a language and format young people can relate to e.g. vox pops, podcasts, art, cartoons as well as the written word, getting young volunteers to support and develop the activities with you• Specific Knowledge – community/audience insight e.g. young people use social media to communicate and are more likely to engage online than attend a meeting• Specific Skills – audience reach and engagement – using different ways to reach and engage audiences e.g. social media• The framework would offer resources, information and links to support the users activities under each of the sub headings
Focus: Opportunity Management Social Internal Economic New services Research and New productsSocial Enterprise governance Joint ventures Volunteering / Funding and Spin outs/ups/ins Placements grants KTP/Funded Skills IP management programmes Development Business and Internal Collaborative consultancy skills WFD partnerships Contracts Contract Facilities hire Licensing management
STILL TO DOWe have essential detailed tasks and processes to add once we have your input•Different Types of Contracts & Agreements•Different Types of Collaboration Agreements,•Consultancy•Setting up Spin-outs•Managing Volunteering
Send any additional comments to Linda.Baines@stfc.ac.uk 07770 652509